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Danilo Kiš

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Danilo Kiš

Danilo Kiš was one of Serbia's most influential writers and the author of several novels and short-story collections, including A Tomb for Boris Davidovich, The Encyclopedia of the Dead, and Hourglass. In 1980 Kiš was awarded the Grand Aigle d'Or from the city of Nice. He died in 1989 at the age of fifty-four.

Articles by Danilo Kiš

The Model
By Danilo Kiš
The first thing she did was remove her red shawl. Then she draped her coat on a hanger next to the podium where she would be posing. She slid off her dress; its fabric was colorful. And there she stood,…
Translated from Serbian by John K. Cox
The Robot
By Danilo Kiš
No one was surprised by his arrival. There was nothing miraculous about seeing a robot walk in through the door, choose a table, push away chairs, and study the menu. He did all of it as adroitly and…
Translated from Serbian by John K. Cox
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